Recruiting For Healthcare Agency Workers 2024 – How Medilink Nursing Can Help You

recruiting for healthcare

As the demand for high-quality care continues to rise, recruiting for healthcare is becoming increasingly important, as care and nursing homes across the UK are constantly looking for ways to improve their services for residents. One area that is often overlooked is the quality of agency staff that are brought in to support permanent employees.

Here at Medilink Nursing we offer an excellent solution to this problem, recruiting for healthcare staff can be a long and daunting task at a time when your time can, and should, be better off spent elsewhere. We provide highly trained healthcare assistants and nurses who are fully equipped to support care and residential homes and need no further training or time to adapt to your way of working. Our agency staff know just what to do, when you need them to do it.

Here are just a few of the reasons you should be using Medilink Nursing for your agency staffing needs in 2023 and beyond.

Quality Staff

We believe that when it comes to recruiting for healthcare, only the best will do! That’s why we only employ highly trained, experienced, and reliable healthcare assistants, ensuring that your residents receive the best possible care. All our staff are fully trained and up-to-date with the latest care practices and vitally, they have an up-to-date DBS Check. This means you can be confident that they will provide a high standard of care to your residents, whilst making sure that you stay compliant with CQC regulations.


Providing flexible staffing solutions to residential homes is our speciality. This means that you can choose when and how often you need agency staff, making it easy to adjust your staffing levels based on the needs of your residents and cover staffing shortages if, and when, they arise. We can offer temporary staff that will cover just one shift, or we can provide block bookings of staff. Whatever your needs, we can meet them. For more details, have a look at our Services Page!

Recruiting for Healthcare, to support your Home


Here at Medilink Nursing, we believe that communication is key. You can tell us exactly what you are looking for, and armed with this knowledge, we will be able to provide you with Healthcare Assistants or Nursing staff that fit your needs and can immediately get to work. Recruiting for healthcare has never been easier. We are always here to answer your queries or help fulfil your staffing needs, 365 days a year. Since we’re well acquainted with the process of recruiting for healthcare, we know how important it is to get exactly what you need.


Using agency staff is often seen as an avoidable and off-putting expense, but that isn’t necessarily true. At Medilink Nursing, we have proved time and time again that high-calibre, well-trained, caring staff who can cover last-minute shifts or provide one-to-one care for your residents can actually be a cost-effective way of managing your staffing issues easily. With our experience of recruiting for healthcare, it’s never been easier to maintain staffing levels in a way that works for you and your residents.

The Wrap Up

Our healthcare assistants and nurses offer an excellent solution to the staffing needs of care and residential homes. At Medilink Nursing, we offer flexible, cost-effective support and recruiting for healthcare that is tailored to the needs of your residents. With our agency staff, you can be confident that your residents are receiving the best possible care, allowing you to focus on other aspects of running your care/residential home.

No matter the situation, if your organisation is in need of some temporary agency staff for care homes, we will be more than happy to help you. Get in touch with our Head Office on 0113 877 6383 or find out more here

Our Operations Team is available every day, including bank holidays. All you have to do is give us a call, and we will take care of the rest. It really is as easy as it sounds.

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